Chief Medical Officer Jobs in Anchorage, AK

Anchorage, Alaska
Apr 28, 2017
Robert Werner
Position Type

Anchorage, Alaska -- Seeking a board certified Family Medicine, Pediatric or Internal Medicine physician to act as chief medical officer of a neighborhood health center. Full-time position. Competitive compensation; comprehensive benefits. NHSC approved site; loan repayment options may be available. Chief medical officer will provide leadership in all areas relating to the clinical operation of the center. Five years of clinical experience in a primary care group with 3-5 years in a leadership position required. Community health center experience preferred. Join a well-established facility associated with Providence Alaska Medical Center. This unique health center sees more than 11,000 patients annually and focuses on prevention and well-being. Enjoy meaningful work with a highly diverse patient population, a healthy work / life balance and all the benefits of Alaska's amazing natural beauty.

Facility: Providence Alaska Medical Center

With 401 beds and a medical staff of 600, Providence Alaska Medical Center is the most comprehensive tertiary facility in the state and the only one with a dedicated Children's Hospital. Providers enjoy broad cross-specialty support as well as flexible arrangements to meet individual needs. The campus is blessed with incredible mountain views and frequent wildlife sightings.

Alaska offers financial, cultural and recreational opportunities beyond compare, plus there is no state income or sales tax! Anchorage, with 285,000 residents, is a modern American city surrounded by spectacular scenery and boundless outdoor recreation opportunities. Within the city limits are moose, bears, glaciers, hundreds of miles of trails for hiking, biking and skiing, a ski resort, golf courses, major dogsled race starts, and several peaks of the hugely popular Chugach Mountains. There are also shopping malls, world-class restaurants, brewpubs, two universities, a sports arena and a performing arts center. The combination of urban and wild is what makes Anchorage such a special place. Where else can you catch a salmon in the shadow of skyscrapers, or meet a moose on your way to the symphony?